John Renbourn & Dorris Henderson "There You Go" (1965)
This album cover is always a bit of a shock to me. I tend to think of the sixties folk scene as rather dour and of course all serious and black and white. So the popping reds are a continual surprise. But I suppose that it's fitting. Henderson's vocals are not your typical English folk vocals. She sounds more like Odetta, with strong touches of blues and gospel in her interpretations of the material. This works wonderfully with Renbourn, who seemed to have more blues influences in his playing in these earlier days.
This is sort of a lost classic, and deserves to be more widely heard.